Let's start with 3d modeling and 3d printing

Lambdatron

New Member
Greetings Everyone,

I'm Flynn, 24 years old man, i want to Learning from the scratch the 3d modelling to create game props and 3d model ready for 3d printing.

How I can start? Do You think that Blender is enough for this?


See you soon
 

TurboCharizard

RMO & BCO
405th Regiment Officer
Community Staff
Greetings Everyone,

I'm Flynn, 24 years old man, i want to Learning from the scratch the 3d modelling to create game props and 3d model ready for 3d printing.

How I can start? Do You think that Blender is enough for this?


See you soon
Blender is definitely more than enough for this. It's modelling and rendering capabilities are extremely powerful, the menu system is just a little on the cryptic and convoluted side of things and takes a bit of getting used to, I'm slowly teaching myself Blender but spend the majority of my time in Autodesk software.

Fusion 360 and Meshmixer are very familiar if you've ever worked with AutoCAD or Solidworks plus they're free if you make less than 100k USD/year using their product. There's a few things that are limiting in them but you can learn the work arounds fairly quickly.
 

geijin

RXO
405th Regiment Officer
It's not a tutorial, but this video by Broken Nerd shows how he models for printing, and I believe he uses blender. Gives you an idea anyway.
 
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